A while back we told you about the Chrome-style iPad Web browser, “iChromy.” Following its initial release, the application received an update that added an “Incognito Mode,” and now the app has been updated once again. Major changes include a new name (“Diigo Browser,” instead of “iChromy”) along with the ability to annotate text from within the app.

Already, the application is feature-packed. As outlined in the app’s release notes, the main features of Diigo Browser include:

  • Tabs on Top
  • Ominibox
  • Extra space for the web content
  • Read later and Reading list (Offline reading)
  • Share to different places
  • Context search
  • Open link in new tab

Now the application has been updated, it’s better than ever before. If you’re looking for an application that really is like Google Chrome for iPad, consider downloading Diigo Browser. The application can be downloaded for free, and is natively compatible with the iPad.

Take a look Diigo Browser, and let us know your thoughts in the comments.